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CRRID awards NLCO Chairman with 3rd Green Chandigarh Award

Ziraat Times News Network

Srinagar: CRRID Chandigarh recently organized a special event here yesterday to honor  Manzoor Wangnoo, Chairman of the Nigeen Lake Conservation Organisation (NLCO), with the prestigious 3rd Green Chandigarh Award, acknowledging his contributions to environmental conservation.

The event, organized as a follow-up initiative by CRRID Chandigarh, was hosted at Hotel Kashmir Mahal Resorts, Srinagar, and saw the participation of key members including Conference Coordinator Dr. Manoj Teotia, representatives from travel and trade associations, former bureaucrats, academicians, and dedicated volunteers. Notable attendees included Dr. G N Qasba, Former SMC Commissioner; Farooq Gillani, IFS Retd., Former Chief Conservator Forests; G N Var, President Private Schools Association; Dr. Rafi Ahmad, Former Director Board of School Education; Er. Aijaz Naqshbandi, Urban and Regional Planner; Tariq Ghani, President CCIK; Farooq Kuthoo, Executive Committee Member KCC&I; Prof. M A Shah, HoD Physics NIT Srinagar; Dr. Tauseef, Executive Committee Member KCC&I, and Rizvi Amjad, Environment Enthusiast.

Participants expressed their appreciation for Mr. Wangnoo’s significant efforts in environmental conservation and conveyed gratitude to CRRID for the prestigious recognition. Discussions during the event highlighted the importance of environmental preservation and emphasized collective responsibility in safeguarding natural resources. Special acknowledgment was given to the administration, particularly the LC&MA, for their proactive measures in improving the environment, notably in keeping Dal and Nigeen lakes cleaner.

While speaking to Ziraat Times, Mr. Wangnoo expressed gratitude to CRRID for the honor and dedicated the award to the dedicated team members of NLCO, administration (especially SMC & LC&MA), stakeholders and well wishers. Dr. Manoj extended thanks to all attendees and urged unity for environmental betterment.

The event concluded with a pledge to foster a spirit of collaboration and commitment towards environmental stewardship.

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